STUCON 2021: An unusual case study of cardiac chest pain and the challenges of identifying myocardial infarction from ST-elevation only


About the course

STUCON 2021 is an in-depth student conference that focuses on clinical best practice, education and research.

Aimed at undergraduate paramedic students, the conference offered an insight into current and emerging knowledge from across the globe. Speakers included a mix of students, researchers, educators and industry practitioners for a truly enlightening experience. STUCON 2021 was an online conference, hosted in July 2021.

An unusual case study of cardiac chest pain and the challenges of identifying myocardial infarction from ST-elevation only

A paramedic crew were dispatched to a 50-year-old male presenting with central chest pain. Upon arrival, the man was in a critical condition in cardiogenic shock, with an ECG that was not typical for displaying signs of an acute myocardial infarction demonstrated by STelevation. This presentation identifies the importance of understanding ECG changes suggestive of myocardial infarction without ST-elevation.

Biography: Lily Phillips

Lily's dream has always been to become a paramedic, ever since she was a little girl. Before starting her Bachelor of Paramedicine, Lily completed a Diploma of Nursing. Whilst Lily studies full-time, she works part-time as an Enrolled Nurse at Bathurst Base Hospital. Lily has loved every part of her degree from placements to pracs. In the near future she would like to continue studying to become and ICP, as she loves to learn and help people.

STUCON 2021 MC: Buck Reed


Presented by Lily Phillips


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Course Information

Length
10 minutes
Released
30th Aug 2021
Cost
Member free
Non-member $19
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